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With a market cap of approximately R277 billion (USD20 billion) as at 31 December 2020, Standard Bank offers a range of banking and related financial services across sub-Saharan Africa.
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2019: R28.2 billion
2018: R27.9 billion
2019: 1 767 cents
2018: 1 748 cents
2019: 994 cents
2018: 970 cents
2019: 10 742 cents
2018: 10 380 cents
2018: 56 bps
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Transcript of the FY19 results presentation.
Management call to discuss the effects of Covid-19.
Standard Bank Group’s profits for the period grew 1% to R28.2 billion.
The group’s return on equity decreased from 18% in the prior period to 16.8%.
Our strong capital position has allowed us to maintain our dividend payout ratio and we have declared a final dividend of 540 cents per share, a growth rate of 2% for the year ended 31 December 2019.
The successful execution of our strategy will deliver a robust business capable of creating sustainable value for all our stakeholders over the long term.
An African focused, client-centred, digitally enabled integrated financial solutions provider, which drives Africa’s growth and creates value for all our stakeholders.
These work together to ensure we offer our clients everything they need in the most effective way possible. This is the way we work and the way we win.
Presence in 20 sub-Saharan African countries, offices in five key global centres, offshore financial services and a strategic partnership with ICBC.
We continue to focus on our key performance indicators ensuring we measure what matters most in delivering our strategy.
Our latest reports, disclosures and presentations
The full 2019 suite
SBG 1Q20 Basel Pillar 3 Report
SBK Management Call Transcript March 2020
SBK Management Call audio file
SBK 2019 Annual Results Booklet_double page spread
SBK 2019 Annual Results Webcast
SBG Shareholder information and notice of AGM
SBG Online Annual General Meeting Guide
SBG 2019 Annual Integrated Report
SBG 2019 Annual Financial Statements
SBG 2019 Governance and Remuneration Report
SBG 2019 Annual Integrated Report online
SBK 2019 Annual Results Presentation
SBG Securities Conference November 2019
UBS Financials Conference Cape Town October 2019
2019 Interim results presentation